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Ham Ninh

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Ham Ninh is located 18 km from Duong Dong on the east coast of the island. The shallow waters off Ham Ninh have made it necessary to build an incredibly long jetty that seems to stretch almost 1km out from the township. The town is set against the backdrop of Ham Ninh mountain, the largest on Phu Quoc, stretching 30 kms along the coast. It’s highest peak is Mt Chua (603 m).
The waters off Ham Ninh have the majority of the islands seaweed beds. These beds provide an abundant source of food to the Dugong, an extremely rare species of dolphin that is of global environmental concern. It is believed that there are only ten of this species living in the area.
The locals of Ham Ninh make their living from fishing, diving for sea pearls and netting coral crabs. The crabs are a specialty of the area. The fresh crabs steamed and eaten together with lemon pepper/salt are enough to make Ham Ninh a must-see while you are on Phu Quoc.

An Thoi Islands
Duong Dong Town
Ham Ninh
Phu Quoc National Park
Phu Quoc Beaches
Bai Sao (Sao Beach)
Suoi Da Ban (Da Ban Stream)
Suoi Tranh (Tranh Stream)
Mount Chua
Dinh Cau Rock (Cau Temple)
Hung Long Tu Pagoda
Sung Hung Pagoda
Cay Dua Prison
Phu Quoc Fish Sauce
Phu Quoc Pepper
Phu Quoc Dog
Picture of Phu Quoc Beach
Picture of Phu Quoc Boat
Picture of Phu Quoc Dog on a boat
Picture of Phu Quoc Coral
Picture of Phu Quoc Village
Picture of Phu Quoc from the sky
Picture of Duong Dong River
Picture of Phu Quoc Market
Picture of Nguyen Trung Truc Temple in Phu Quoc
Picture of Phu Quoc road
Picture of Coral in Phu Quoc
Picture of sea food in Phu Quoc
Picture of Suoi Tranh in Phu Quoc
Picture of Phu Quoc Seaside